DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Introduction to Project Management - CPD Accredited" conference has been added to Research and Markets' offering.
This is a fully CPD Accredited Introduction to Project Management Course. On successful completion, CPD Certification is awarded. The course aims to develop rounded a skill set and practical capability to work efficiently within Projects. The course is delivered by an experienced Project Manager. Numerous successful Project professionals have taken this course to set their career up. The training is highly practical and interactive, as it aims to develop real confidence and abilities within the workplace.
- Learn the project terminologies
- An overview of key Project Management Models (including the Project Lifecycle, PRINCE 2, 7S Model, 6C Model and more).
- A good understanding of pressures and constraints which impact Project Management and how to cope with these aspects of the industry.
- The importance of planning control and the use of appropriate soft skills will be demonstrated throughout the course.
- A good understanding of methods of planning.
- Practical exercises on planning and feasibility analyses.
- The mix of technical skills, project specific knowledge and people skills training will leave participants far more confident and job ready in the future.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone who is either looking to work in Projects or is currently looking to work in Projects. The course is ideal for people with Beginner to Intermediate knowledge and experience of Project work.
- An overview of key project management models and their associated terminologies
- What is Project Management
- The Project Lifecycle model
- Planning a project and the associated models
- The optimal mix of soft skills required by a Project Manager
- Skills and experience of a good PM
- The Project Team
- Managing time and resources constraints
- Case studies of real life project situation and how to deal with them
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5zh6cz/introduction_to